Pediatric Therapy Services

We collaborate with families and pediatricians to create comprehensive and individualized treatment program for your children’s individual needs, through therapy and counseling supportive services through in-home, community-based, and clinic-based therapy care for children and teens in western North Carolina with clinics in Asheville, Hendersonville, WaynesvilleBrevard, and Charlotte.

Caring for Children & Teens at all ages and stages of life in Western North Carolina.

Developing communication skills is one of the most important elements to socializing and creating valuable relationships. For the child with a speech and/or language disorder, communicating can be very difficult, and can cause frustration, isolation, and a sense of helplessness. Speech-Language Pathologists help children overcome communication barriers so that they are empowered to speak for themselves.

Children with neurological, orthopedic, or developmental disorders may need the assistance of specialized equipment, customized orthotics, and/or exercises to strengthen and coordinate motor movements needed to safely and efficiently navigate their environment. Physical Therapists help children find their “Go!”

Nutrition consultation can consist of evaluation and treatment of nutrition concerns, and includes counseling related to feeding difficulties, weight or growth concerns, food intolerances and disordered eating. Pediatric Nutrition Consulting can help!

The occupation, or “job” of childhood is play, through which children learn, explore and participate in their environment and with others everyday. Occupational therapists provide three basic areas of support for children: fine motor, cognitive, and sensory. Occupational Therapist can help children achieve greater independence in daily routines and activities.

Programs are designed to provide identification and intervention to children with developmental delays. These professionals provide holistic community-based therapeutic activities and instruction for your child, your family, and others involved with his or her care.

Children and families may need help coping with stress and a variety of emotional and behavioral issues. Many children and teens need help dealing with stressors such as homework, test anxiety, bullying, traumatic experiences, grief and loss, home life changes, or peer pressure. Sometimes children, like adults, can benefit from therapy.

Insurance Information

We will file with any Commercial Insurance Carrier. Please remember to check with your carrier to confirm we are in network or if a pre-certification is required to begin services. We encourage parents to call their insurance carrier for specific benefits and policy information. It is your responsibility to know and understand your insurance benefits and coverage. Please make sure that the service your child requires is covered by your insurance policy prior to service. If a service is not covered, you will be responsible for the cost of service.

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